Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Letter writing competition in Kma

Correspondent

Department of Posts India organised a national-level “Dhai Akhar” letter writing competition on the theme “Vision for India 2047” under Vision 2047 of the government of India for 2022-23 at Japfü Christian College, Kigwema, here, on Friday.
Briefing on “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign & national level “Dhai Akhar” letter writing competition, office assistant, Postal Life Insurance and Philately, Nagaland Postal Division, Sharon Losu said the national level letter writing competition was started by department of Posts to connect with younger generations and promote the hobby of letter writing.
Losu said that people’s relationship with the flag has always been more formal, thus it became a symbol not only an act of personal connection to the tiranga but also an embodiment of commitment to nation-building. The programme chaired was by assistant professor, History department, Tovikali Yepthomi and invocation by HoD, History Dr. A. Husca. The competition will conclude on October 31 under the categories—
upto 18 years (inland letter card category and envelope category);
above 18 years (inland letter card category and envelope category).
The letters would be written in English/Hindi/local language addressed to the chief postmaster general NE Circle Shillong 793001 on plain A-4 size paper with a word limit of not more than 1000 words under envelope category or not more than 500 words in an Inland Letter Card (ILC). About 57 students participated under inland letter card category, six participants under 18 years category and 51 above 18 years category.

SourceNPN